Sorry for the late reply. You were right about windows 10 digital license as it upgraded successfully but I had to dump the laptop because it was dead from the inside AND outside haha.
As winganken said, it could be because of your faulty mouse, faulty drivers, incorrect settings or so..
You can try his double click speed suggestion and if it didn't work you can try uninstalling the driver and restarting, maybe that'll help.
So I had this laptop that I bought 5 years ago (Created my forum account on it. Really brings back memories lol!).
I don't exactly remember when but it was on windows 8.1 but I upgraded it to windows 10 back then when it was released. This laptop is like my grandparent's old TV that we...
Might be because of the battery calibration? I think your battery is on 100% in pretty much all cases but the reading is incorrect and I'm assuming you haven't calibrated your battery before.
Try this guide: How to Calibrate Your Laptop’s Battery for Accurate Battery Life Estimates
Action center does nothing but maybe warn you when an update is available or when your firewall and virus protection is off, sometimes it won't even detect a 3rd party antivirus installed in your system and will annoy you with the false warnings so I don't see how useful it would be for...
This usually happens when your computer is infected with malware.
A cache rebuild would help.
Open command prompt and type in these commands one by one pressing ENTER each time:
cd /d %userprofile%\AppData\Local
attrib –h IconCache.db
Now restart your system and your...
Have you tried completely removing the program with a 3rd party uninstaller like Revo. Maybe the formatting messed up with your config files which makes removing it with windows default uninstaller totally useless. Download Revo uninstaller from here: Download Revo Uninstaller Freeware -...